40% of small businesses that close for more than 3 days after a disaster never reopen their doors. By planning ahead of time businesses can be prepared to recover from a disaster quickly. Use the resources below to learn more!
What is Business Continuity Planning?
Business Continuity Planning (BCP) is the process of analyzing your businesses functions that are necessary for operation, and outlining how they will be affected in a disaster and how your company will compensate. Common issues to address are staffing, supplies, delivery of service, computer systems, and many more. The following information is provided for businesses to prepare themselves.
|Business Continuity Brochure||756.2 KB||352|
|Business Mentoring Program Independent Study Guide for Business Continuity||1.7 MB||313|
|Computer Inventory Form||192.6 KB||1054|
|Example Planning Activities||130.4 KB||341|
|FEMA's Emergency Management for Business & Industry||356.7 KB||344|
|Florida Business Disaster Survival Kit Guide||16.8 MB||296|
|Insurance Discussion Form||173.8 KB||336|
|Sample Business Emergency Plan||362.6 KB||358|
|Small Business Administration Case Study||199.4 KB||303|
Business Continuity Planning Templates
|Bridgend County Borough BCP Template||137.2 KB||633|
|University of Connecticut BCP Template||160.3 KB||3335|
|American Red Cross Business and Industry Guide||104.9 KB||251|
|DHS Ready Business Website||46.0 KB||391|